Colleges Report Transfers are Crucial to Enrollment Goals
More than two-thirds of US colleges view transfer students as considerably important in meeting enrollment goals, according to new survey results released today by NACAC. The finding — included in the 14th annual edition of NACAC’s State of College Admission report — confirms that more colleges and universities are relying on transfer students to help fill their classes.
NACAC Urges Support for Students Affected Natural Disasters
NACAC encourages US colleges, universities, and others involved in the college admission process to show flexibility to students whose communities have been affected by natural disasters.
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Annual membership invoices were emailed to members in October. Check your inbox to renew your NACAC membership today. NACAC is committed to making the renewal process efficient, timely, and easy. We will continue to work to enhance your member experience, and appreciate your continued involvement with NACAC.
Like, Love, Delete: Social Media’s Influence on College Choice
Nailing down which social media platforms potential recruits use isn’t an exact science, so schools tend to be experimental, casting a wide net. Of course, this means where admission departments spend their time varies by school—and by what’s trending among students. Learn more about how to effectively communicate with students.